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More praise for IQ2 US

IQ2US Extension Debate: Stanford National Forensic Institute & Minerva Project

By Clea Chang — August 06, 2014

Tonight, four superbly qualified high school students from the Stanford National Forensic Institute, with support from Minerva Project, will continue an Intelligence Squared U.S. Debate presented in April 2014.

The debate will be an extension of the motion "MORE CLICKS, FEWER BRICKS: THE LECTURE HALL IS OBSOLETE." True to any Intelligence Squared debate, the live audience will cast two votes (before and after the debate here:

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